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The State of Software Development USA 2018

The State of Software Development in 2018

The largest and most trusted online community for developers, Stack Overflow, recently published the results of their Annual Developer Survey (that takes place in January each year). Boasting over 100,000 respondents, the results are something that all of us in the industry should be aware of. This year’s Annual Developer Survey covered a wide range of topics including some new ones like artificial intelligence (AI) and ethics.

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